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    MBA or M.Com. after BBM?

    Hello sir/madam I'm now preceding my final year bbm and my aggregate of 4 sem is 50 to 55% so I have confusion to continue my higher studies with mba or m.com... ?? And which will be better??



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    masterpiece is offline Junior Member masterpiece is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA or M.Com. after BBM?

    Hello dear,


    BBM means Bachalore of bussiness managements,and it is of three years course.and known as one of the most suitable course for the MBA if you wants yo go for the
    higher studies.
    So after BMM( bachalore business managements) you should defineltly go for the MBA course


    Specialisations which are available in MBA are as below-->>>
    MBA in Marketing
    MBA in Finance
    MBA in General management
    MBA in Global management
    MBA in Health Care
    MBA in Operations and Logistics
    MBA in Organizational
    MBA in Risk Management
    MBA in Sport management
    MBA in Systems
    MBA in Technology management
    MBA in Telecommunications
    MBA in Fashion designing
    MBA in Interior designing
    MBA in Hospitality and Tourism
    MBA in Human Resources
    MBA in Industrial management
    MBA in Consumer Behavior
    MBA in Criminal Justice
    MBA in e-Business
    MBA in Education
    MBA in Engineering
    MBA in Entrepreneurship
    MBA in Information Technology
    MBA in International Trade and Business
    MBA in Knowledge management
    MBA in Leadership
    MBA in Marketing
    MBA in Media
    MBA in Nonprofit and Government


    You can also for the jobs,but there is a very chance of getting reputed jobs aftre only BBA,but if wants to get reputed jobs then definetly try for
    the Govt jobs in banking sector or in railway sector:
    You can try for the IBPS,BANK PO,NDA,CDS,CDA,POLICE CONSTABLE,UPSC etc.........


    Hope it helps you.
    Good Luck

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    Re: MBA or M.Com. after BBM?

    Hello Dear ,


    See friend , going for MBA or M.Com is same thing , the only difference lie in a name as both the course offers same degree and also last for two year course . Not only this the job types that it offers to an individual student is also same . At the end of discussion i will be also mentioning the type of jobs that you will be getting after MBA and also after M.Com .

    So basically what you need is you who have to decide , i mean the course that you are interested in go for that course only . Like as for example for going M.com course you do not need to sit for an entrance exam , you can get a college for your self on your merit basis , so as the MBA but friend , here also lies the difference that is in order to sit for MBA course or rather for doing MBA course what you need is to apply for MBA entrance exam which is conducted every year like :

    * * CAT

    * * MAT

    * * XAT

    * * SNAP

    * * GMAT

    * * CMAT etc ....

    So clearing any of the exam , the most popular is CAT or MAT exam which accept the percentile of every college in India as well as in Abroad . So you need to clear any of the entrance exam and then on the basis of your percentile you will be counselled for various colleges in India .

    So coming to the end part of discussion that is going for any of the course you will be getting jobs like :

    > > Financial Manager

    > > Accountant

    > > Health Service Manager

    > > Senior Accountant

    > > Investment Banker

    > > Investment Fund Manager

    > > Marketing Manager

    > > Sales Manager

    > > Operation Manager

    > > Business Analyst

    > > Personal Finance Consultant etc .....

    So friend , going for any of the course you will be surely getting a handsome salary .....which will start from 30,000 approx

    GOOD LUCK!!


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